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New release + giveaway

The Point of Love novelette will be released tomorrow, Valentine’s Day, as an e-book and in print form.

It’s available from Amazon Australia here, Amazon US here and Amazon UK here.

I have two signed print copies (Australian and NZ readers), and two e-books (other international readers) of this short romance to give away.

New girl in town and journalist Lexie, has been targeted by developers who want to sell her their vision for a marina at Mangles Bay. On paper, the proposal looks good, but when Hands Off Point Peron spokesman and Thor-lookalike Andrew Fletcher takes her to nearby Point Peron, she starts to have second thoughts.

A date at Penguin Island sets the scene for love, but when Lexie’s front page story about the marina is published, Andrew is far from impressed. Will Lexie be able to turn the situation around? Or is the story a deal-breaker for Andrew?

Simply like this blog post and tell me in the comments section about your best Valentine’s Day memory. You can spare the spicy bits though! Competition closes on February 15 and entries are also being taken on my Facebook page.

You can also buy the book from Serenity Press (print).

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6 Comments

  1. Hi Monique
    Sadly, Valentine’s Day has not loomed largely for me, so much so that after bemoaning the fact that my husband would never remember and if he did, wouldn’t buy me flowers, I arrived home from a long day at work to be presented with a dozen long-stemmed red roses. I was lost for words, which is really unusual. Suffice to say, I have not moaned since, about that subject.

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  2. This is funny because my BEST Valentine’s Day memory wasn’t with a guy but with my BESTEST FRIEND IN THE WORLD. I was going through a rough time a few years ago (it was around V-Day) and my bestie took me out to dinner on V-Day just to cheer me up. And throughout the dinner, she kept giving me presents – flowers, a box of chocolate, a nice hand-written card that I still keep, earrings, and finally a big, warm hug. She is the best 🙂

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  3. Valentines Day today, I arrive back from my early morning slightly chilly, walk at 7am, to find my dearest having breakfast. He is scoffing down his throat, toast covered in lashings of peanut butter. What has he left me? ONE slice of bread! Bless him x

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